Faith leads to action
There are few issues as important for Australia today as how we recognise and respect the first Australians and promote their well-being. How do we as Christians seek to live as people of reconciliation? How can we as Australians walk and live together as people of compassion, justice, peace and hope?
As our congregation develops our Walking Together plan and explores where we have come from as a nation and as a church, we commit to learning from the First Peoples of this land now called Australia. You can read some of our stories below.
Learn and act: resources to read, watch, petition, pray and give.
Bruce and Judy travel to join this deeply moving event.
How you can make a submission to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and why we should.
Our congregation was one of many across Australia hosting a #ChangeTheHeart prayer service on the evening of 25th January this year, in solidarity with Aboriginal Christian leaders.
Jim remembers his visit to Palestine and thinks about dispossession in Australia as well.
John highlights two events from this week that demonstrate systemic injustice towards indigenous people in Australia.
We observed the Sunday before the 26th January with local artist Kerry Twomey, a proud Kamilaroi woman, as our guest speaker.